Lands End is the most Westerly point on the UK mainland and much visited for that fact and for it’s rugged beauty.
The Atlantic ocean has shaped the cliffs over countless years and many ships have been lost against these treacherous shorelines.
I took this image in May 2009, looking towards the first and last house in England and some four miles behind it is the promontory Cape Cornwall.
It was a beautiful calm early Summer’s day and the pink seathift adorned the clifftops like a natural garden.
18 – 70 zoom @ 22mm
F11 for 1/125 sec
White Balance set to Sunny
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